Assembly Election

Arlene Foster 'created a short cut to a united Ireland', Mike Nesbitt says

In his first in-depth interview since resigning as party leader in the wake of a disappointing assembly election which saw the UUP's seat tally reduced from 16 to ten, Mike Nesbitt said Arlene Foster's anti-republican rhetoric during the campaign had created a "short cut to a united Ireland"

Outgoing UUP leader Mike Nesbitt in Stormont. Picture by Bill Smyth
Departing Ulster Unionist leader Mike Nesbitt has said he has no regrets over publicising his intention to transfer his vote to the SDLP. In his first in-depth interview since resigning as party le[...]

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